Prime numbers, raised to a power, have one more factor than their exponents. The smallest Prime number is 2. 210 has eleven factors. 210 = 1024
It is: 44
There is no smallest number and no biggest number. Given any big number, however big, it is always possible to find one that is bigger (and the same with the smallest).
Use the usual methods to find the least common multiple of all those factors. Then add one to it.
Find the factors of the number. If the only factors are 1 and itself, it is prime.A prime number is a positive integer with two factors: one and the number itself.A composite number is a positive integer with more than two factors.
Prime numbers, raised to a power, have one more factor than their exponents. The smallest prime number is 2. 210 has eleven factors. 210 = 1024
That number is 60.
It is: 44
to find smallest and biggest digit in a number
4096 is the smallest number with exactly 13 factors. (Including 1 and itself as factors).192 is the smallest number with exactly 13 properfactors, (excluding the number itself).120 is the smallest number with at least 13 factors (it has 16 factors)To find the smallest number with exactly N factors (for example, N=12):Factor N into primes, (for example, 12= 2*2*3Subtract 1 from each of the prime factors (for example, 1,1,2)Sort them by largest first (for example, 2,1,1)Raise successive prime numbers to these powers (for example, 2^2,3^1,5^1)Multiply these together (for example: 4*3*5 = 60; 60 is the smallest number with exactly 12 factors).
It is 2520
if you do lcm(least commam multible)or whatever then yhu see the least number in comman ok like 2,and 3. 2-2,4,6,8,10,12,14 3-3,6,9,12,15,18,21 and the yhu look at the smallest number in comman and the number is 6 thats how you find of that :)
The smallest number that is divisible by 18 and 48 is 144.